Services From Hazaar
Hazaar are a six piece virtuosic klezmer band from Devon consisting of clarinet/sax, violin, flute, guitar, double bass and drums. A versatile band that perform traditional klezmer music from the Balkans and beyond with a twist. Described as "Eastern European Yiddish folk-rock", Hazaar combine elements of funk, rock, klezmer and gypsy jazz within their infectious arrangements.
Instantly recognisable, Hazaar are the leading band on the Klezmer scene in Devon. Performing across the South West with their upbeat, high octane sound, they are a force to be reckoned with.
Hazaar have spent the last 15 years absorbing the rich folk music traditions of Jewish Eastern Europe, Greece and the Balkans. Their diverse background and mix of talented musicians has created a unique sound. A top notch klezmer party band guaranteed to bring laughter, song and dance!
Hazaar perform at a range of events across the South West including weddings, parties, festivals, bar and bat mitzvahs, naming ceremonies and more!
Please, describe your act or business in on sentence:
A raucous orchestra of klezmer mayhem, this band will take you across the Balkans and beyond!
What are the highlights of your career?
Too many to list! From manorial weddings a hen party!
What is your competitive advantage (special features)?
Hazaar are versatile musicians and can perform acoustically or with a PA. we have also been know to pick up our instruments and wander around...
What kind of events do you usually serve?
Weddings, festivals, functions, private parties.
Who are your previous clients?
Beautiful Days festival, Asthall Manor, Exeter Respect Festival, Kingsbridge Food and Drink Festival, Exeter Acoustica, The Phoenix, The Old Firehouse, Offgrid Festival, Green Man Festival, Lustleigh Show, Chagfarm, and a range of private weddings, hand castings, naming ceremonies, private parties and hen parties
How can event planners pay for your services?
Bank transfer or cash
How long do you play for?
How much space do you require?
3 metres square
How many breaks do you take? How long are they?
1 break of 10 minutes or as required by the client.
A wide repertoire consisting of traditional klezmer tunes with a few Russian, Greek and Balkan songs. We can also teach a circle dance or two...